Weekend Ad Copy (WAC) by: Ronco Media Wire Cutter Division
Inebriated Press \ Tabloid Division
January 5, 2008
Tired of working a dead-end job without freedom, flexibility and big money potential? Sick of missing out on growing opportunities in health care? Well now’s your chance to get into guys wallet pockets and behind their fly’s and get paid like you’ve never dreamed!
Make big money in the fast growing vasectomy business!
That’s right; now you can make big money by clipping guys’ cords and freeing them from the fear of knocking up women they’re sleeping with. A couple of quick snips, a splash of alcohol and you’ve got cash in your pocket! And once you have your customers by the balls, you can charge almost any fee!
Talk about huge earning potential!
Get started in your own business right now by investing a mere $175.00 for some clippers and an easy to used instruction manual. Let the guys you know that you’re in the business (or the ladies who want guys they know clipped) and start lining up customers!
How can we provide such an amazing opportunity for only $175? It may sound complicated but it’s actually pretty simple. We’ve bought a bunch of used wire cutters at going-out-of-business auctions in the rust belt and can offer them to you at a huge discount. The plans we mail you are basic and easy to produce because guys connecting parts are pretty simple and easy to find. We show you how to quickly locate and cut the cords that connect a guys balls to his dick and how to open a bottle of alcohol. You provide the service and the guys give you money! It’s that easy!
Start your own vasectomy business right away by sending $175 in cash to:
Ronco Media Wire Cutter Division
Attn: Workshop c/o Rusty
New York, New York 54321
Fine print: Some risks about supplying medical care without a license could apply. Certain other risks may show up but collection is pretty simple once you’ve got the guy by the balls. Consult local listings for programs in your area. Ronco Media isn’t responsible for anything.
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